Project Co-ordinator – Think22

We are excited to open applications for the role of Project Coordinator for a four-year music education initiative, Think22.

About the Role

  • One year contract (renewable annually subject to funding)
  • Part-time, 2 days per week
  • £27,000 (pro rata)
  • Based in Shoreditch, London. Some travel required.

We now have a great opportunity for someone to join the team as a Project Coordinator to support the delivery of Think22.

The role involves managing programme logistics, coordinating day-to-day delivery, gathering data, and contributing to project reporting and communications.

The ideal candidate is someone with excellent administrative and organisational skills. We are searching for a self–starter who thrives in a busy and friendly small-team environment, and is passionate about removing disabling barriers to music-making.

Ours is a unique organisation and we can adapt this role to suit different skills and abilities.

The successful applicant will report to Douglas Noble (Associate National Manager & T22 Strategic Lead) and work closely with the Think22 Team:

  • Becky Morris Knight (Communications)
  • John Kelly (Advocacy and Disability Equality)
  • Carien Meijer (Chief Executive)
  • Evaluation Consultant
  • Music Inclusion Practitioner & Manager

The post holder will also work closely with the Drake Music National team, based in our London office.

Please note that this role is being readvertised, having first been posted in Spring 2018. Previous applicants should not reapply.

About Us

Drake Music is a diverse and dynamic arts organisation. We collaborate with people of all ages to remove disabling barriers to music-making. We are a small, friendly team and foster a culture of openness and inclusivity. All our work is underpinned by the Social Model of Disability.

About Think22

Think22 is four-year initiative funded by Youth Music and builds on our successful Think2020 project.

Think22 aims to achieve greater inclusion, equality and diversity in music-making working with children and young people who face disabling barriers.

We will work to offer progression & accreditation pathways in music and embed professional Disabled Music Leaders across the music education workforce.

More information about our our previous Think 2020 initiative can be found here.

About our Commitment to Equality

Drake Music is an Equal Opportunities employer. We are committed to equality and inclusivity across our work and organisation.

We are specifically welcoming of Disabled applicants and will make any reasonable adjustments required for any part of the recruitment process, and to support you in your role. Please contact our London office if you would like to discuss this.

All Disabled candidates who meet the essential criteria will be invited to interview. In addition, we are especially welcoming of other under-represented groups in the organisation including BME and LGBTQ people.

Apply Now

Download the application pack, which includes details of how to apply:

If you would like to have an informal conversation about the role via phone, skype or email, please contact Douglas Noble at douglasnoble@drakemusic.org.

Closing date: Midnight Sunday 28th October 2018
Interviews: Friday 9th November 2018